Re: Council Listing
Richard C. Ickler (icklerr@SOCA.COM)
Sat, 7 Jun 1997 22:12:22 -0700
settummanque, or blackeagle (Mike Walton) wrote:
> Brad Hall asked:
> >Are any webpages out there that list councils and their areas?
> Yep. There's the USSSP's website which lists all of the local Councils and
> their headquarters cities; and there's mine that lists the local Council
> name, headquarters city, lodge number, lodge name, Council number, Region
> assigned, and if I could find it, a link to the Council's webpage or to a
> District webpage.
> That's the good news. The bad news is that both pages are currently under
> revision, and *I* can't update or move my Council directory because my site
> provider has been down for a hard drive crash (as best I can find out). I
> am in the process (amoung other things! *smiling*) of
> trying to wait it out and at the same time culling all of the original material
> used and placing a lot of that material onto an "mirror" site (mainly so
> that this won't happen again).
> There are other webpages out there that list OA lodges and their associated
> Councils, as well as other items, Brad.
> My "Unofficial BSA Council Directory" has been long in coming, mainly
> because the BSA themselves wanted to provide that kind of information on
> their pages (www.bsa.org) and has, but not to the detail that I've tried to
> do with this. I'm still having problems trying to do a large image map of
> the USA, showing the Councils...but as soon as the other alligators are done
> and killed off, I can get back to moving and updating those pages.
> (c) 1997 Mike Walton ("no such thing as strong coffee,...") (502) 827-9201
> (settummanque, the blackeagle) http://www.vhm.com/~uscardnl/
> 241 Fairview Dr., Henderson, KY 42420-4339 firstname.lastname@example.org
> email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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This may seem facetious but why hasn't anyone checked the BSA page? The
last time I checked, they had a nice little search feature that allowed
you to enter a city and it would give you the full council information.
This comes up regularly and no one seems to think of the obvious
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Long Beach Area Council (CA)
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